The Long Game

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The Long Game

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Author: Aoife Moore

Type: Paperback

ISBN: 9781844885794

Date: 7th September, 2023

Publisher: SANDYCOVE

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  2. Political Structure
  3. Religion
  4. Political Structure


THE NO. 1 BESTSELLER A fascinating, insightful, warts-and-all portrait' - The Guardian 'Painstakingly researched ... informed by countless inside sources' - The Observer 'Compelling and revealing' - Irish Times * * * Inside the rise of the political party, once subordinate to the IRA, that is on the brink of taking power in Ireland Sinn Féin is the most popular political party in both Northern Ireland and the Republic. A movement once synonymous with a paramilitary campaign is on the brink of taking real power through purely democratic means. But if Sinn Féin has mastered the art of electoral politics, it remains strangely opaque. Who really runs the party? How is it funded? And what can we expect of it as a party of government? Aoife Moore, Irish Journalist of the Year in 2021, explores these and other burning questions in The Long Game . Drawing on exclusive interviews with current and former members of Sinn Féin, she builds up a picture of a party undergoing a profound, and still incomplete , transformation. She looks at the key individuals and moments that put the party on its present course, and she explores tensions within the party and the wider republican movement. Packed with revelatory details, The Long Game is a groundbreaking telling of contemporary Ireland's biggest and most elusive political story. * * * 'A powerful portrait of the inside world of an elusive political party ... an important work' - Sunday Independent 'Eye opening and brave ... carefully researched, judicious and packed with revelatory detail' - Fergal Keane 'An explosive read ... important and revelatory' - Business Post 'Incisive [and] well-written' - Irish Times '[An] excellent, well-sourced account' - The Telegraph '... paint[s] a picture of a political force utterly unwilling to face scrutiny or have uncomfortable conversations with itself' - Financial Times

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